[RELEASE] PSPedict V0.3 (Japanese Dictionary)
Back again with the latest update to PSPedict, now at V0.3.
The biggest change is the inclusion of Tanaka Corpus example sentences.
There are example sentences for approximately 20,500 unique words.
As the Tanaka Corpus is considered a work in progress, included with the
download is a Windows application called "EdictUpdate" which can be
used to update the example sentences in the EDICT files. Further
instructions on how to use this tool can be found by clicking the "About"
button when the application is open. The EDICT files in the download
have already been updated. I have only tested the application on Vista.
A quick disclaimer regarding the example sentences. Please do not expect
each sentence to be a perfect match. Sometimes the sense of the word
is not correct, and other times the Japanese or English sentence may
contian errors. They should only be used as a rough guide or for context.
Download PSPedict V0.3
I'll release the new source code when I clean it up a little.
Links to previous version threads:
[RELEASE] PSPedict V0.2
[RELEASE] PSPedict V0.1
Changelog for V0.3:
- Included support for Tanaka Corpus example sentences.
- Fixed a bug that cut some English description strings short.
- The last English search string will be the default text in the
On Screen Keyboard(OSK). I was unable to impliment this for
Japanese text. If anyone has luck with this, I'd appreciate an
e-mail/post about how to impliment this.
- Included an application file "Edict Update". This can be used
by the user to update Edict files if the Tanaka Corpus examples
- V0.2a (02/11/09)
- Fixed a bug where if you had an empty Study List or Found Set and you
pressed the 'X' button, the PSP hangs. Thanks to QJ.net forum member
batanen for reporting this bug.
See the readme in the download file for full information.
Simply copy the contents of the folder "PSPedict" to the
game folder of your psp, e.g. "X:\PSP\GAME" where X: is
the drive letter for your PSP. If you are asked to overwrite
any files, select yes/yes to all.
Please note, installing a new version will not overwrite your
saved found sets or study lists.
- More accurately incorporate the example sentences and support the more recent
Edict format that includes word sense numbers.
- I may look at supporting UTF-8 strings as a number of people have wanted to create
their own Edict files in languages that use extended ASCII/special characters.
Jim Breen & Monash University for EDICT, KANJIDIC and modified Tanaka Corpus.
WWWJDIC: Word Search
Brunni for OSLib. home - OldSchool Library
Sakya for OSLib Mod. Sakya's Homepage
BenHur for Intrafont. intraFont and other PSP Releases by BenHur
DAX for consistently pumping out quality CFW. Legend.
Lastly, anyone who has downloaded, supported, given feedback, etc...
As always, comments/suggestions welcomed.
Hope you enjoy this :)